Almhof Schneider has a tradition of indulging its guests. Their focus is on the thoughtful care of the guest and serving a refined, contemporary alpine Austrian cuisine. Both the kitchen and the cellar have selected, trusted producers, assemble the best possibly ingredients that can be found in the region.
‘Wunderkammer’ and the ‘Restaurant im Almhof Schneider’ follow different concepts, meet different expectations, but insist on the charm of simplicity and the quality of the primary product.
In a warming contrast to the ice and snow you can indulge in special winter treats of the steam bath, a visit to one of the saunas, swim in the indoor pool and stretch out in the relaxation room or in the solarium. There is also a fully equipped gymnasium, two resident masseur and several personal trainers on demand.
Children are essential to the hotel. Many of them have been coming to the Almhof since their childhood. They go skiing together or tobogganing and explore the snow by themselves in the playroom and the home cinema where they are professionally looked after so that their parents can enjoy their holiday, too.
The home cinema is not only the perfect please to sit back and relax, but also is used as a puppet theatre for the little ones to enjoy.
Conference Room & Library
Here you can hold your meetings with state of the art technology in an elegant setting for small business meetings.
Around the Almhof
This building is a private, independent cultural initiative founded at the turn of the millennium by Gerold and Katia Schneider whose mission is the advancement of the commons. The name refers to
Allmeinde, meaning community property or commons, most evident in the word ‘Alm’, the mountain meadows that are shared by a group of owners. It also refers to collective knowledge: scientific and cultural, global and local.
The Allmeinde initiative hopes to achieve its mission by creating a network of knowledge and people brought together in a building of the same name. The Allmeinde is also a place for meetings and events which can cater for up to 50 people and is equipped with state of the art conference and light technology.
This is a beautiful ski lodge which has been returned to the roots of alpine building tradition. The lodge is located close to where you take the ski lift to the pistes in the morning and to where you arrive after a day of skiing. Here you can warm and refresh yourself, or socialise with “apres-ski.”
In the evenings the Scneggarei is transformed into a easy merry Restaurant and Bar serving refined country style food and pizzas baked in a wood fired oven. The building was actually awarded first prize for timber construction and for innovation in tourism in 2003.
The Klosterle is located in one of the most beautiful ancient farmhouses which has become a legend in the area. Managed by Mrs. Lore Schneider, this first class restaurant serves only 35 guests and has a limited but exquisite menu offering local homemade delicacies. It is a popular destination arrived at after a romantic horse sleigh ride or after picturesque walk through the snow covered woods along the winding river that runs through Lech.
Suites and Rooms
There are 18 rooms and 35 suites, in which you will experience a quality of living enhanced by the timber and stones of the region, and the simple and functional forms of alpine architecture. The paneling is alpine fir, oiled walnut, Salzburg limestone, open fire places, antique alpine furniture and handmade beds.